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Going live from midnight, Film and TV Editor Lillian Crawford will be bringing you coverage of the 76th Golden Globes. The awards celebrate the best cinema and television of the last twelve months, and will set the tone the rest of 2019's awards season. So grab settle down and tune in to the first big film and TV event of the year!

04:30 – Oh, that really was it. A generally dull affair, as expected, somehow even more depressing than the predictions indicated. No one would have guessed Green Book and Bohemian Rhapsody would seize the night, marking one of the most forgettable set of awards of all time. For a ceremony apparently dedicated to inclusion, ending with a film directed by Bryan Singer, notably unmentioned in the speeches, is hideously ironic. Hopefully Roma's two gongs will set a more promising precedent for the Oscars. If either of the best pictures selected here takes the top prize in February, I'll re-watch Norbit. Good night, folks.

04:22 – BEST MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA

Goes to Bohemian Rhapsody. "Wow, that was unexpected." I couldn't put it better myself. If they were going to go with the popular choice, it was bound to be A Star Is Born. Apparently not. The notion that this could even be compared to Roma is laughable, confirming that the foreign picture category was the most important of the night. Quite a dud note to end on.

04:18 – BEST ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA

Goes to Rami Malek in Bohemian Rhapsody. Another divisive film, although Malek gave a fine turn as Freddie Mercury. Awards love a biopic, but at least it didn't go to Bradley Cooper's silly routine in A Star Is Born

04:12 – Close's face is priceless. What a lovely moment. 

04:08 – BEST ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA

Goes to Glenn Close in The Wife. It's a great performance, made in subtle glances and movements. This will almost certainly set her up to take on Olivia Colman at the Oscars. She's delighted, graciously congratulating Lady Gaga who I had feared would win, one of her "category sisters". It has clearly come as a surprise to her, and indeed to me, but a pleasing one. Her speech is rousing, a celebration of personal achievement and aspiration in the face of adversity. Quite rightfully, she receives an uproarious standing ovation.

04:05 – This is what I am referring to.

04:00 – BEST MOTION PICTURE – MUSICAL OR COMEDY

Goes to Green Book. Well, that's quite a shock. It's a controversial choice for so many reasons that we are bound to go into when the film gets a UK release later this month. There are going to be some very angry people. Considering how magical Crazy Rich Asians and Mary Poppins Returns are, I can't help but despair. Farrelly shouts over the orchestra to "go away" – the rest of us wish he would.

03:55 – WHY IS THIS CEREMONY SO LONG?! Apparently there's only a few more to go. If you're still with me, or ever were, you have my eternal gratitude (and sympathy).

03:50 – See, sandwiches! Although not vegan so much shame on her. I would rather starve.

03:48 – BEST ACTRESS IN A MOTION PICTURE – MUSICAL OR COMEDY

Goes to Olivia Colman for The Favourite. She was bound to win out here and it's most deserved. I have often said that, while an impressive dramatic actress, Colman is an expert at comedy. Starting with a thanks to Melissa McCarthy who has been handing out sandwiches, she continues her charm into her speech. Addressing Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz as "my bitches", there is such joy in her voice. Certainly the most delightful speech of the night.

03:42 – BEST TELEVISION LIMITED SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

Goes to The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story. That was a lot of words to type out. It's a surprise win, given the nomination of Sharp Objects which has topped many of the year's round-ups. Still, my vote would have gone to A Very English Scandal. Important speech about LGBT+ representation and the continuing battle we have to fight.

03:36 – Just a reminder of how much better Judy Garland was than Lady Gaga in A Star Is Born. It's that time of night, and we haven't even got to the part when she wins yet. 

03:30 – BEST TELEVISION SERIES – COMEDY

Goes to The Kominsky Method. Chuck Lorre picks up the award for that series Michael Douglas got a gong for at the start of the night. Good for him.

03:28 – BEST ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES – MUSICAL OR COMEDY

Goes to Rachel Brosnahan in The Marvellous Mrs Maisel. Utterly unsurprising win for the remarkably talented star of Amazon Prime's hit series. She's also wearing a gorgeous yellow dress that I'm rather envious of.

03:18 – BEST DIRECTOR

Goes to Alfonso Cuarón for Roma. Twice hoorah! This is a wonderful moment, and a most deserving win. Normally this award is an indicator of best picture, but bizarrely the film isn't nominated in the drama category. Cuarón dedicates Roma to his family, the true directors of the work and of him as a person. The film is available on Netflix, so be sure to watch it.

03:15 – CECIL B DEMILLE AWARD

Goes to Jeff Bridges. The next wave of praise is bestowed upon an enduring cinematic legend, The Dude himself. This year he was the standout performer in Bad Times at the El Royale, and has continuously brought excellence to the Western genre. Yes, it's safe to say Bridges is a deserving winner.

Someone apparently thought it was flattering to conclude his reel with a clip from Surf's Up, which might have been the first film I saw him in. Taking to the stage, he thanks his wife and various other people he addresses as "man". Amongst the thanked people are Peter Bogdanovich, who was instrumental in piecing together Orson Welles's unfinished masterpiece, The Other Side of the Wind, and the Coens, of course. He then tells us that we're all "alive, man" and "can turn this ship in the way we want to go, man". Gotta love him.

03:05 – Probably the greatest scene of the year. What a film. 

03:00 – BEST ACTOR IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

Goes to Darren Criss in The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story. It was the first series, about O.J. Simpson, that rocked the awards a couple of years back, and here Criss has ensured the concept will continue. It was a strong category, with Antonio Banderas nominated, along with two Brits - Benedict Cumberbatch and Hugh Grant. The latter gets my pick, but at least Whishaw was awarded earlier tonight.

02:54 – BEST FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM

Goes to Roma. Thank God. It was a tough category this year, with Palme d'Or-winner Shoplifters also nominated. But the Mexican drama by Alfonso Cuarón is by some way the best film up for a prize tonight. Unfortunately Yalitza Aparicio was snubbed in the actress category, but the director is quick to draw attention to her lead performance. A reminder, as ever, that this is the most important category, and that awards ceremonies need to integrate the foreign language and best picture categories. It could well happen at the Oscars.

02:45 – BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTOR IN A MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA

Goes to Christian Bale in Vice. As the most-nominated film of the night, it was bound to pick up something. And as always, it goes to a man who wore a fat suit (shame it wasn't John C Reilly). It's amusing that he seems to be doing a slightly poor Gary Oldman impression, given that he swept the awards last year for doing a similar caricature routine in Darkest Hour. No one nominated really deserved it anyway. 

02:44 – BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS IN A SERIES, LIMITED SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

Goes to Patricia Clarkson for Sharp Objects. Why do the categories have such long names? Anyway, this was entirely expected. She makes a slightly strange joke about not being asked for sex by her director, but there you go. 

02:40 – I hope this is actually going to happen. They would be great Oscars hosts, although my current choice would be Sandra Oh's parents.

02:38 – BEST SCREENPLAY

Goes to Green Book. Another surprising win for Peter Farrelly's film, and a slightly worrying indicator that it could take the top prize in the comedy or musical category. Considering that it was up amongst the best film of the year, Roma, and the more obvious choice of The Favourite, it might be a hoard of awards for Green Book.

02:34 – BEST PERFORMANCE IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A MOTION PICTURE – DRAMA

Goes to Mahershala Ali in Green Book. Intriguing, and slightly unexpected given that rising star Timothée Chalamet was up for Beautiful Boy, an incredibly moving film. Issue has been taken with Green Book's racial politics, but there's no denying that Ali is a great actor.

02:28 – This is the most beautiful moment of the night.

02:25 – BEST ACTRESS IN A TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA

Goes to Sandra Oh for Killing Eve. Oh, she so deserved it. And no one could possibly sound more excited and grateful. Her parents receive the spotlight, as do her co-stars and producer Phoebe Waller-Bridge. While I would have like to have seen Florence Pugh be nominated for Park Chan-Wook's The Little Drummer Girl, it's a more than deserving win.

02:20 – BEST PERFORMANCE BY AN ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE IN A MOTION PICTURE

Goes to Regina King in If Beale Street Could Talk. A deserved win, I'm sure, but sadly the film won't make its way to the UK for some time yet. A competitive category, with both Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz nominated for The Favourite and Claire Foy's incredibly powerful turn in First Man. She applauds director Barry Jenkins, whose last film, Moonlight, was a devastating emotional drama. Here's hoping his latest picture has the same impact. Her speech takes a turn toward female solidarity, calling on people in positions of power to hire more women. Hear, hear.

02:18 – Not sure how I missed this but this woman deserves an award. Best bit so far.

02:10 – BEST ORIGINAL SONG

Goes to Mark Ronson and Lady Gaga for 'Shallow' from A Star Is Born. How shocking. It probably won't be the final award for the film tonight, and Ronson gives Gaga a rather gushing dedication. Sorry, I'm bitter and tired. The category was weak this year. 

02:07 – BEST ORIGINAL SCORE

Goes to Justin Hurwitz for First Man. I can breathe a sigh of relief and rejoice. Hurwitz is soon becoming one the greatest composers of our time, having won all three awards he has been nominated for. His theremin score is incredibly moving, balancing heartache and tension perfectly. It is a true work of art. Shame the film itself isn't up for best picture.

02:05 – CAROL BURNETT AWARD

A new award introduced this year as a counterpart to the Cecil B. DeMille Award for recognition of achievements in television. It goes, shockingly, to Carol Burnett, the most decorated Golden Globe-winner in the television categories with five gongs.

A charming and, obviously, hilarious reel plays to welcome her to the stage as Steve Carell hands over the trophy. Her speech celebrates movies and television, of how it has the power to move us to laughter and tears. She acknowledges the fortunes of her career, and thanks re-runs and YouTube for her continued fame. It's quite refreshing to hear a speech about the media itself and the power it has. 

01:50 – There's now a surreal moment in which a team of people in lab coats come out to give actors in the audience flu shots. Well I certainly didn't see that coming. 

01:46 – BEST ACTRESS IN A LIMITED SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

Goes to Patricia Arquette in Escape at Dannemora. It was expected to go to Amy Adams for Sharp Objects, but Arquette is a tremendous actress. She starts by thanking director Ben Stiller who presented the award to her.

01:42 – BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN A SERIES, LIMITED SERIES OR MOTION PICTURE MADE FOR TELEVISION

Goes to Ben Whishaw for A Very English Scandal. Hoorah! Finally got one right, and a most deserving win it is. He thanks everyone involved, including director Stephen Frears and writer Russell T Davies, before celebrating the "true queer icon and hero" Norman Scott, who he portrayed in the series.

01:40 – Meher Tatna, president of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, has taken to the stage to declare that their industry is "under siege". This is followed by an announcement that two non-profit non-partisan organisations will receive funding from the association to preserve the freedom of speech. 

01:34 – BEST TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA

Goes to The Americans. A surprise disappointment for the Killing Eve team, although the series is a big hit in the States. With the FX show's final series airing this year, it would seem that voters have decided to see it off in a shower of glory.

01:30 – BEST ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES – DRAMA

Goes to Richard Madden in Bodyguard. A surprising win for a British actor, but nonetheless a welcome one proving that the series was as bit a hit in the US as it is in Britain. It's a shame they got the cast of The Big Bang Theory to present it to him, marking quite a contrast in tone (and quality). He rightly starts by thanking co-star Keeley Hawes, who was snubbed of a nomination in the actress category.

01:22 – BEST ANIMATED FILM

Goes to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. Well, it was always going to, hailed by many as a revolution in both animation and the superhero genre. Considering that it was up against Wes Anderson's incredible Isle of Dogs and Pixar's Incredibles 2, this seems quite a safe choice. Already the Globes are following popular trends. You can read my review here.

01:18  BEST ACTOR IN A TELEVISION SERIES - MUSICAL OR COMEDY

Goes to Michael Douglas for his performance in The Kominsky Method. Presented by A Star Is Born duo Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga, Douglas gives the usual spiel of thanks to the show creators and co-stars. Cue the orchestra...

01:15 – Sandra Oh and Adam Sandberg have taken to the stage to make some 'jokes' about Oscar hosts and the usual picking on audience members. Nothing groundbreaking, nothing particularly amusing – although Oh's impression of male directors saying, "FIRST MAN - THEN MAYBE, WOMAN?" does draw a smirk. 

She's also taking a tearful moment to celebrate the diversity of the audience tonight which brings the sincerity it deserves. I should imagine we shall hear similarly moving speeches throughout the evening.

01:00  At last, the show is about to begin and we might get to see some people win something. Settle down, get comfortable, and let the ceremony begin...

00:50 – Tipped for best actor tonight is Rami Malek who portrayed Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody. Another one that defied the critics and stormed the box office, the Globes do seem to be awarding popular choices this year. If that's the direction to go, Love Simon has been snubbed. 

Following in this trend is Mary Poppins Returns, which I adored (although plenty of people didn't). Dick Van Dyke is on the red carpet right now, and he would be my choice for best cameo hands down. Whether or not Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda will get some trophies remains to be seen.

00:40 Lady Gaga has been tipped for two awards for her performance in A Star Is Born, both as an actress and a singer. While it is hard deny that she can perform onstage, there is a clumsiness to her acting style that didn't work wonders for her character.

00:30 – There's been a lot of controversy over the possibility of a new Best Popular Film award at the Oscars this year, but that hasn't stopped Black Panther from being nominated for a best picture award at the Globes. I thought Avengers: Infinity War was probably a better film, although you can't understate the cultural significance of this movie. 

00:20 – I was delighted to see Crazy Rich Asians up for two awards tonight, a film which left me quite unexpectedly in a flood of tears. The wedding scene is achingly tender and the ensemble cast shines. Constance Wu is up for one of the best actress awards, while Michelle Yeoh appears to have shown up in a dress based on the green ring she wears in the movie. Now that's commitment!

00:10 – Some more people are shimmying their way down toward the auditorium in an array of fabulous frocks. Amongst them is Rosamund Pike who is up for best actress in a drama for portraying Marie Colvin in A Private War. While I have not yet seen the film, her story was well told in the documentary Under the Wire, and if anyone can bring her to life onscreen it's Pike. 

00:00 – Stars are taking to the red carpet in their droves, and while I am no fashion expert, there are some stunning (and not always in a good way) looks. Jodie Comer and Sandra Oh seem to be mirroring their Killing Eve onscreen rivalry with a pair of striking black-and-white garments. The series, orchestrated by Phoebe Waller-Bridge, is up for two awards, with Comer snubbed in the supporting actor category. It's available on BBC iPlayer for over a year so be sure to give it watch.

23:45 - While I wait for the red carpet pre-show to stop buffering, here's some facts about this evening's ceremony. It will be hosted by Adam Sandberg and Sandra Oh, herself tipped to pick up an award for her tremendous performance in Killing Eve. While last year saw the red carpet painted black in light of the MeToo movement, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association are inviting guests to celebrate inclusion in 2019. This has been reflected in the nominations. Although no there are no women out of the directors in the best picture categories, four out of ten are people of colour. 

The film with the most nominations is Adam McKay's biopic of Dick Chaney, Vice, taking six nods, and it may well sweep the board. Let's hope not, although it would be great if Amy Adams could get the recognition she seems too often cheated out of. Close behind the much-lauded, hugely overrated A Star Is Born with five nods, the debut feature of Bradley Cooper. I have a feeling my grumbles about that film will feature heavily tonight. It ties with Green Book and The Favourite, the latter of which is likely to see a win for Olivia Colman, the front runner for a stream of British nominees. Nothing that really stands out, to be quite honest.

22:30 – TELEVISION NOMINEES

Next up we have the television awards – admittedly I have seen fewer of the nominees than in the film categories, but I shall share my choices nonetheless. Do feel free to comment your opinions!

Best television series – drama 

The Americans

Bodyguard

Homecoming

Killing Eve

Pose

 

Will win: Killing Eve

Should win: Killing Eve

Should have been nominated and won: The Little Drummer Girl

 

Best television series – comedy

Barry

The Good Place

Kidding

The Kominsky Method

The Marvellous Mrs Maisel

 

Will win: The Marvellous Mrs Maisel

Should win: The Marvellous Mrs Maisel

Should have been nominated and won: Maniac

 

Best actor in a television series – drama

Jason Bateman – Ozark

Stephan James – Homecoming

Richard Madden – Bodyguard

Billy Porter – Pose

Matthew Rhys – The Americans

 

Will win: Billy Porter – Pose

Should win: Richard Madden – Bodyguard

Should have been nominated and won: Michael Shannon – The Little Drummer Girl

 

Best actress in a television series – drama

Caitriona Balfe – Outlander

Elisabeth Moss – The Handmaid's Tale

Sandra Oh – Killing Eve

Julia Roberts – Homecoming

Keri Russell – The Americans

 

Will win: Sandra Oh – Killing Eve

Should win: Sandra Oh – Killing Eve

Should have been nominated and won: Florence Pugh – The Little Drummer Girl

 

Best actor in a television series – musical or comedy

Sacha Baron Cohen – Who is America?

Jim Carrey – Kidding

Michael Douglas – The Kominsky Method

Donald Glover – Atlanta

Bill Hader – Barry

 

Will win: Bill Hader – Barry

Should win: Bill Hader – Barry

Should have been nominated and won: Jonah Hill – Maniac

 

Best actress in a television series – musical or comedy

Kristen Bell – The Good Place

Candice Bergen – Murphy Brown

Alison Brie – Glow

Rachel Brosnahan – The Marvellous Mrs Maisel

Debra Messing – Will and Grace

 

Will win: Rachel Brosnahan – The Marvellous Mrs Maisel

Should win: Alison Brie - Glow

Should have been nominated and won: Emma Stone – Maniac

 

Best television limited series or motion picture made for television

The Alienist

The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story

Escape at Dannemora

Sharp Objects

A Very English Scandal

 

Will win: Sharp Objects

Should win: A Very English Scandal

 

Best actor in a limited series or motion picture made for television

Antonio Banderas – Genius: Picasso

Daniel Brühl – The Alienist

Darren Criss – The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story

Benedict Cumberbatch – Patrick Melrose

Hugh Grant – A Very English Scandal

 

Will win: Benedict Cumberbatch – Patrick Melrose

Should win: Hugh Grant – A Very English Scandal

 

Best actress in a limited series or motion picture made for television

Amy Adams – Sharp Objects

Patricia Arquette – Escape at Dannemora

Connie Britton – Dirty John

Laura Dern – The Tale

Regina King – Seven Seconds

 

Will win: Amy Adams – Sharp Objects

Should win: Amy Adams – Sharp Objects

 

Best supporting actor in a series, limited series or motion picture made for television

Alan Arkin – The Kominsky Method

Kieran Culkin – Succession

Edgar Ramirez – The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story

Ben Whishaw – A Very English Scandal

Henry Winkler – Barry

 

Will win: Ben Whishaw – A Very English Scandal

Should win: Ben Whishaw – A Very English Scandal

 

Best supporting actress in a series, limited series or motion picture made for television

Alex Bornstein – The Marvellous Mrs Maisel

Patricia Clarkson – Sharp Objects

Penelope Cruz – The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story

Thandie Newton – Westworld

Yvonne Strahovski – The Handmaid's Tale

 

Will win: Patricia Clarkson – Sharp Objects

Should win: Patricia Clarkson – Sharp Objects

21:00 – FILM NOMINEES

Good evening! While you put on the kettle to brew some strong coffee to see you through the next few hours, here's my first set of predictions for the night. I'll mull over the TV awards in a bit, but first here are the film nominees:

Best motion picture – drama

Black Panther

Black Klansman

Bohemian Rhapsody

If Beale Street Could Talk

A Star is Born

 

Will win: A Star is Born

Should win: If Beale Street Could Talk

Should have been nominated and won: Roma

 

Best motion picture – comedy or musical

Crazy Rich Asians

The Favourite

Green Book

Mary Poppins Returns

Vice

 

Will win: Vice

Should win: Mary Poppins Returns

 

Best performance by an actor in a motion picture – drama

Bradley Cooper – A Star is Born

Willem Dafoe – At Eternity's Gate

Lucas Hedges – Boy Erased

Rami Malek – Bohemian Rhapsody

John David Washington – Black Klansman

 

Will win: Rami Malek – Bohemian Rhapsody

Should win: Lucas Hedges – Boy Erased

Should have been nominated and won: Ethan Hawke – First Reformed

 

Best performance by an actress in a motion picture – drama

Glenn Close – The Wife

Lady Gaga – A Star is Born

Nicole Kidman – Destroyer

Melissa McCarthy – Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Rosamund Pike – A Private War

 

Will win: Lady Gaga – A Star Is Born

Should win: Melissa McCarthy – Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Should have been nominated and won: Carey Mulligan – Wildlife

 

Best performance by an actor in a motion picture – comedy or musical

Christian Bale – Vice

Lin-Manuel Miranda – Mary Poppins Returns

Viggo Mortensen – Green Book

Robert Redford – The Old Man and the Gun

John C Reilly – Stan and Ollie

 

Will win: Robert Redford – The Old Man and the Gun

Should win: John C Reilly – Stan and Ollie

Should have been nominated and won: Nick Robinson – Love Simon

 

Best performance by an actress in a motion picture – comedy or musical

Emily Blunt – Mary Poppins Returns

Olivia Colman – The Favourite

Elsie Fisher – Eighth Grade

Charlize Theron – Tully

Constance Wu – Crazy Rich Asians

 

Will win: Olivia Colman – The Favourite

Should win: Olivia Colman – The Favourite

 

Best performance by an actor in a supporting role in a motion picture 

Mahershala Ali – Green Book

Timothée Chalamet – Beautiful Boy

Adam Driver – Black Klansman

Richard E Grant – Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Sam Rockwell – Vice

 

Will win: Timothée Chalamet – Beautiful Boy

Should win: Timothée Chalamet – Beautiful Boy

Should have been nominated and won: Steve Carell – Beautiful Boy

 

Best performance by an actress in a supporting role in a motion picture

Amy Adams – Vice

Claire Foy – First Man

Regina King – If Beale Street Could Talk

Emma Stone – The Favourite

Rachel Weisz – The Favourite

 

Will win: Amy Adams – Vice

Should win: Claire Foy – First Man

 

Best director – motion picture 

Bradley Cooper – A Star is Born

Alfonso Cuarón – Roma

Peter Farrelly – Green Book

Spike Lee – Black Klansman

Adam McKay – Vice

 

Will win: Bradley Cooper – A Star is Born

Should win: Alfonso Cuarón – Roma

 

Best screenplay – motion picture 

The Favourite

Green Book

If Beale Street Could Talk

Roma

Vice

 

Will win: Vice

Should win: Roma

 

Best animated film

Incredibles 2

Isle of Dogs

Mirai

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

 

Will win: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Should win: Isle of Dogs

 

Best foreign language film

Capernaum

Girl

Never Look Away

Roma

Shoplifters

 

Will win: Roma

Should win: Roma

 

Best original score

Black Panther – Ludwig Göransson

First Man – Justin Hurwitz

Isle of Dogs – Alexandre Desplat

Mary Poppins Returns – Marc Shaiman

A Quiet Place – Marco Beltrami

 

Will win: First Man – Justin Hurwitz

Should win: First Man – Justin Hurwitz

 

Best original song – motion picture

All the Stars – Black Panther (Kendrick Lamar)

Girl in the Movies – Dumplin' (Dolly Parton, Linda Perry)

Requiem for a Private War – A Private War (Annie Lennox)

Revelation – Boy Erased (Troye Sivan)

Shallow – A Star is Born (Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson)

 

Will win: Shallow – A Star is Born (Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson)

Should win: Requiem for a Private War – A Private War (Annie Lennox)

Should have been nominated and won: The Place Where the Lost Things Go – Mary Poppins Returns (Emily Blunt, Marc Shaiman)

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